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Former Royal Marine completes first-ever wingsuit jump from a British mountain
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.
  • A brave base jumper has become the first person ever to fly a wingsuit from the top of a British mountain. Former Royal Marine Tim Howell, 31, leapt from the 4,000ft peak of An Teallach in the northwest Highlands in Scotland. He plunged down a steep gully for 30 seconds before deploying his parachute and landing safely on the banks of Loch Toll an Lochain.